Thank you again for following our updates to the information concerning EuroAsia 2020 Taipei. Many of you are still working round the clock fighting the battle against COVID-19, and the quarantine policies are still very strict in most countries. It is extremely good to hear that there have been no new local COVID-19 cases in Taiwan for more than 50 days. Therefore, we have decided to change the format of EuroAsia 2020 to a combined physical, online, and virtual conference.
The physical part of the conference will be held at NTUH International Convention Center, Taipei. The joint annual congress of TSCCM and TSECCM will also take place at this venue. We will keep you updated on the latest quarantine policy in Taiwan on the official website of EuroAsia 2020. A new registration policy and updated program for the physical conference will be announced soon, and we look forward to welcoming you there.
If you wish to attend the on-line conference, you will need to register first. We have decided to limit the number of access to these sections of the conference in order to ensure good quality internet access. You will be able to attend the plenary lectures, join the interactive sessions, and participate e-poster presentations via the on-line conference.
In order to attend the virtual part of the conference, you will need to register first. Here you can access recordings of the plenary lectures, interactive sessions, part of the master class program, and all of the accepted abstracts. Access will remain available for 1 week after the physical conference has ended.
We are also classifying the accepted abstracts into three categories: on-line oral presentations, on-line e-poster presentations, and virtual e-posters. If you have submitted an abstract, we will ask for your availability for the on-line oral presentations and e-poster presentations. Moreover, we would like to extend the deadline for the submission of abstracts again to June 30, 2020. We invite you to join this special event and share your knowledge with your colleagues.
Like everyone, we hope the COVID-19 will be over as soon as possible. We applaud the incredible work you do and wish you and your families good health in the coming months.
European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM)
Taiwan Society of Critical Care Medicine (TSCCM)
Taiwan Society of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (TSECCM)